If we're to believe this witness, it sounds like Joe Paterno DID in fact disagree with how the university "mishandled" its response to Jerry Sandusky's child sex abuse scandal, and was worried the school would try to scapegoat him.
Mike McQueary was the one who testified about this as a star witness in a hearing for three former Penn State officials accused in a cover-up. Specificially, Paterno said that
Jerry Sandusky's victims deserve every penny of the huge payment coming their way from an approval that the Penn State board of trustees has authorized.
They'll be getting roughly $60 million dollars — though we bet every one of them would give it up to have not been molested by such a monster, and to not have had those around him cover it up because football was deemed more important than young lives.
Penn State assistant coach and convicted child molester, Jerry Sandusky just had a prison interview with John Ziegler on the Today show, and while the session was conducted in order to try to clear Sandusky's ex-boss, Joe Paterno's name, NBC is now receiving backlash for even administering the interview.
If you didn't already know, former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky is currently serving a 30 to 60-year prison sentence after he was convicted with 45 counts of child sexual abuse, and now, he's set to interview with NBC.
The television network is going to broadcast their interview with Sandusky on the Today show, and during the segment, the child molester will share deets about all the encounters that landed him in the big house